We are proud to announce that we have been named finalist in three categories at the Accounting Excellence Awards 2019! This year's judges have awarded us the top 5 position within the following categories: ‘Large firm’, ‘Client service award’ and ‘Investing in people award’.
E-mail interception is becoming an ever-growing problem in the world of cyber fraud.
We usually hear about this occurring in the conveyancing industry given the large value of transactions, affecting home buyers/sellers and solicitors, however we are now seeing this type of fraud regularly across all industry types for transactions of varying sizes.
You can put in place a tax efficient life insurance policy, set up by your business, which pays out a tax free lump sum on your death (or diagnosis of a terminal illness). These proceeds will be paid to your family or financial dependants.
For those involved in running businesses in the property industry, there are various accounting regulations which need to be followed, covering a number of different areas of accounting, but having a good record keeping system will be a huge step towards ensuring you are compliant with those regulations.
Tim Levey, Partner and Head of Business Advisory, runs two groups of Business Leaders in Kent. One of the group members recently posed the following ethical question:
“One of our staff complained that a Manager was making inappropriate comments on social media to her. He’s a very good employee. She’s much younger and is a bit flaky. She quite often goes off ill and doesn’t always tell the truth. The conversation started off fairly ok and had been going on a while. He asked her if she wanted to go out for a drink. She interpreted it as everyone going out and kind of ignored it but didn’t outright cut the conversation off. He would then text late at night and was quite persistent then it digressed into what she was wearing.”
I recently attended the Schools and Academies Show in London and sat in one of the sessions presented by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) who provided an update on how the last 12 months have been for schools since GDPR came into force.
Below are some of the key points that schools should be considering one year on.